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My wife and I both have Roth IRAs, and my kids have Education (Coverdell) IRAs. My wife's is with Dodge and Cox; mine and those of my kids are with Oakmark. The IRAs are doing well, but I want to diversify rather than putting money in the same fund every year. Can I just leave the IRAs alone and start investing in another Roth IRA? For instance, if I invested $1000 in my Roth IRA this year, can I send $2000 to open a new Roth IRA with a Vanguard fund in the same year? And could I send $3000 next year to fund my Oakmark Roth IRA and $3000 to Vanguard the year after that? Thanks.

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